This is another tutorial from jira side for the removal of jira users from specific or all groups using a simple selenium script. Selenium makes it easier for the user to perform the task which will take real good time when done manually. In the below example, I have not taken the users list from any external source, but the same is explained in my previous tutorials. Here the user list is a simple string where users are separated by comma and the same are iterated using the for loop.
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This is one of the tutorials for Confluence users where they can use the Selenium script as an automation for removing the users from all the groups in Confluence. In this tutorial, I have used one xml file which will contain the usernames and one java file that will contain the selenium script and other java code. The java code will fetch the usernames from the xml file and will perform the required actions at confluence end. The other selenium related details have already been discussed in my previous blogs. So, without discussing it further, lets move to the point.
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This is one of the tutorials for Jira users who can use the Selenium script as an automation for adding the users in jira and updating the groups of the users. As you may know, adding the users in jira is a manual effort, and is a kind of repetitive task, so its always a ease to automate the repetitive work. Selenium is the one of the best alternative for removing the repetitive actions.
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